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G-VERSITY is all about finding solutions to tackle the inequalities concerning Gender Diversity at the workplace. Find out more about our ideas and suggestions and join the debate!

Why you’re still more likely to dislike math even if you have high grades in it… 18. February, 2024 In this blog post, the author draws on the results from her second study about one’s achievements: even though our…

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How should an organization go about achieving gender diversity? A few suggestions from my PhD research 11. February, 2024 Nowadays, there is increased awareness of diversity issues and organizations often aim to foster inclusivity and attract talent from underrepresented…

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LGBTQ+ activism in Hungary: “Rainbow washing” and Coca-Cola’s “Love is Love” campaign 21. January, 2024 Join Hanna Dorottya Szabó and Éva Gáti as they discuss current tensions in Hungary's LGBTQ+ activism scene. They are diving into their…

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Beyond “Fix the Women”: Achieving Gender Equality in the Workplace 7. January, 2024 In a post titled 'Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome’, Tulshyan and Burey argued in 2021 that the key…

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Gender Discourse in Conspiracy Theories – An Interview with Florian Primig 3. December, 2023 In this podcast episode, G-Versity early stage researcher Ana-Nzinga Weiß talks to Florian Primig. Florian is a PhD candidate and…

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Why don’t men work in childcare? 28. October, 2023 Men are underrepresented in women-dominated caring professions worldwide. This underrepresentation is particularly extreme in the field of early childhood education…

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How do organisations talk about “diversity”? 22. October, 2023 The vast majority of organisations across Europe and North America use brief statements on their websites as a means to…

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#metooscience – Abuse of power, sexual and gender-based harassment in science (Part 2) 6. October, 2023 In our first post, we wrote about the widespread nature of abuse of power and harassment in the university context.…

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#metooscience – Abuse of power, sexual and gender-based harassment in science 7. August, 2023 According to recent studies, approximately 60% of employees and students at universities experience sexual and/or gender-related harassment (UNI-SAFE). A look…

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My “re-imagination”:  how I was challenged as a researcher through my secondment 13. July, 2023 As I am in the reporting period of my non-academic secondment, let me share my reflections on how much the…

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Champions of Gender Equality? Policies in the Nordic Countries 23. June, 2023 The Nordic countries seem to enjoy a reputation as champions in the area of gender equality, and research seems to…

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Feminist Politics in Germany – An Interview with Miriam Siemon 15. June, 2023 In this podcast episode, G-Versity researcher Ana-Nzinga Weiß speaks with Miriam Siemon. Miriam is a PhD student in the field…

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When the roads do not cross: Gender equality and environmental sustainability communication across Europe 4. May, 2023 During my non-academic secondment, I worked together with Elizabeth Pollitzer from PORTIA, who is also involved in another EU project…

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Emotions show that you care about diversity 1. March, 2023 The centre of my PhD project is organisational communication about diversity. Usually, organisations communicate their value of diversity in so-called…

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Inclusion and Diversity Management in Cultural Institutions 12. October, 2022 In this podcast series, ESR Hanna Szabó interviews artists who are involved in creative projects that address topics around gender…

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Coping with stigma 28. September, 2022 To simplify the many things we encounter in the world each day, people tend to categorize things. This categorization process…

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Expecting a child or expecting a boy/a girl? 10. August, 2022 Processes of gender socialization have been shown to be connected with gender differences in particular skills, educational achievements, occupational aspirations,…

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Women in decision-making positions 30. June, 2022 In this video, Clara Plückelmann looks at approaches to achieving gender balance in Europe. Based on a brief by the…

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A Theatre Approach to discuss Sexuality in School 9. June, 2022 In this podcast series, ESR Hanna Szabó interviews artists who are involved in creative projects that address topics around gender…

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Sexual Workplace Harassment During a PhD (Part 2) 2. June, 2022 When Franziska Saxler's guest spoke up about being sexually harassed during her PhD, she experienced both solidarity and alienation. In…

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Sexual Workplace Harassment during a PhD 24. February, 2022 Franziska Saxler and her guest who wishes to stay anonymous talk about experiencing sexual harrassment during a PhD. They are…

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How to write about trans* people? 22. December, 2021 With growing media covering of trans* issues, it is paramount to educate journalists and professionals on how to write correctly…

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Through the eyes of children: Beware of gender stereotype 13. December, 2021 Gender is considered one of the most salient social categories and therefore can have a strong influence on how children…

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How to identify and counter Masculine Defaults 13. December, 2021 As part of our e-learning journal club during spring and summer 2021, we critically discussed the review article “Masculine Defaults:…

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